BEGINNER BOOKS

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The subtitle for “Hop on Pop” is “The Simplest Seuss for Youngest Use,” this book is perfect for teaching the rudiments of reading. Simple rhyming words, such as PUP and UP, are stacked one over the other in large capitals, so that readers see that “up” is contained in the word “pup.” Sentences using these words are accompanied by humorous illustrations to complete the playful reading less.

Dr. Seuss’ unique artwork and amazing ability to create words that look how they sound and characters that resemble their names has made him one of the most loved and best-selling children’s authors of all time. In the playful Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?, children learn phonetics from Mr. Brown, who imitates the sounds of animals and appliances. Educational and entertaining.

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